Seth Rollins' stomp has become one of the most recognizable finishing moves in wrestling as it is unique to him and he has the ability to hit it on anyone.
The legend of The Stomp only grew when he had to stop using in 2015, leading to him trying different finishing moves, which included a run with the pedigree as his go-to finisher.
Speaking to Ryan Satin on Out of Character, Rollins gave his most memorable stomp in his career.
"The most memorable one is the one I didn't hit at WrestleMania against Randy Orton. The one that meant the most was the night I got it back and delivered it to Finn Balor. That one had something extra on it because I hadn't done it in a while and I had to make sure I still had it. Apologies to Finn. I developed the finish, then it got taken away, it's like a black cloud hanging over you for years trying to figure out another finish. Can you imagine if Austin loses the Stunner for years? That's what happened," he said.
When asked who took the stomp the best, Rollins named a couple of wrestlers but eventually singled out 2021 Hall of Fame inductee Rob Van Dam as the man who made it look best.
"I've had a lot of guys who really tried to plant their faces as hard as possible. A couple that come to mind are Lio Rush. He took a wild one on Raw way back. Murphy recently took a gnarly one. I know what it was; Rob Van Dam. I don't even know what his body did. That's Rob, right? It was on SmackDown from years ago. His body made like a C and then crumpled up. It was wild," said Rollins.
Rollins was also asked which stomp he would take back in his career, and while he didn't have an immediate answer, he settled on the infamous stomps landed, without much effect, on 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt inside Hell in a Cell.
"I don't think I want to take any of them back," he began "I don't take that move for granted, I missed it when it was gone. You know, maybe one of the 12 I hit 'The Fiend' with in the Hell in a Cell match. If I could take back any of them, I would do that. At least one, if not all of those."
Rollins has been on the receiving end of another famous finisher as of late as he's taken multiple swings courtesy of Cesaro.
He'll have his chance to deliver a stomp to Cesaro at WrestleMania 37 when the two meet in singles competition. You can view the current lineup for WrestleMania 37 by clicking here.
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